Expanded Line of Vortex Mixers, Shakers, Stirrers, and Hot Plates
(PRWEB) December 17, 2013
By enhancing its offerings from Italian innovator VELP® Scientifica, Cole-Parmer is responding even more to customers’ laboratory needs. The expanded line of vortex mixers, shakers, stirrers, and hot plates from Cole-Parmer features precision and performance for optimal lab functioning.
VELP® Scientifica’s attention to detail is evident in each new product. The VELP® Scientifica ZX4 Advanced Infrared Vortex Mixer, shown, meets the multiple needs of laboratories with an infrared touch sensor, continuous operating mode, and adjustable stirring speeds up to 3000 rpm. The VELP® Scientifica ARE Hot Plate Stirrer with Aluminum Top offers optimal heat transfer with premium homogeneity and is an excellent option for industrial and lab applications up to 15 liters and 370°C (698°F). The VELP® Scientifica AREX Ceramic-Coated Stirring Hot Plate ensures precise thermoregulation and a high degree of reliability and safety. With a ceramic-coated top, it also provides exceptional chemical resistance.
To view the enhanced line of VELP® Scientifica products from Cole-Parmer, go to ColeParmer.com/20728 or call 800-323-4340 for more information.
Cole-Parmer has been a leading global source of laboratory and industrial fluid handling products, instrumentation, equipment, and supplies since 1955. Our product lines, including popular brand names such as Masterflex®, Oakton®, and more, are sold through company-owned customer channel outlets and a strong network of international dealers. We also feature an ISO-17025-accredited metrology lab for instrument calibration and repair. Cole-Parmer responds with excellence to customer needs, and offers application expertise and technical support. For more information, contact Cole-Parmer, 625 East Bunker Court, Vernon Hills, IL 60061. In the US, call 800-323-4340. International customers, call 847-549-7600. Visit us at ColeParmer.com
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